May 19, 2011

My Caramel Corn Recipe!

My caramel corn is so good… Everybody will want some.

You’ll be hiding it in your closet!

It’s easy to make.

It’s super crispy & just sweet enough.

Nothing compares!

Make it. Do it. Eat it…Just not all at once!

Click here to watch the video.

Filed Under: Cooking, General

11 Comments on “My Caramel Corn Recipe!”

  1. Rhonda says:

    Jenny, between me and my mom eating your caramel corn over the weekend, it lasted 3 days. I had the last bit a minute ago and it is really yummy 🙂

  2. sue says:

    mmmm-mmmm that looks good!! Jenny and all, I hope that you have been to
    You Tube and have seen “The Ultimate Dog Tease” and “BBC Talking Animals the best of” OMG!! It is hilarious!! Just wanted to share the humor if anyone hasn’t seen it! I promise you will love it!! 🙂 I saw both of these this week at work and we were all rollin!!!

    Sue 🙂

    • Jenny says:

      Sue, the Ultimate Dog Tease is so funny, I can watch it fifty times and still laugh. I don’t watch much youtube but this one (27 million views) is too clever and funny. If anyone hasn’t seen it, here is the link:

      • sue says:

        Yes! I agree! I can watch it 50 times too! “Yeh the maple kind?!” I don’t watch too much you tube either but it was sent to me in an email and now I’m addicted to that one!! Watch the BBC one you will laugh! The whole thing is funny, but my favorite part is the big gorilla questioning his relationships and then he lets two rip!!! 🙂 As you have called it “the ultimate fart!!” Brilliant!


  3. Rhonda says:

    Alright Jenny, I made your Caramel Corn and I couldn’t even wait for a movie tonight to try it. Heck, I made it as soon as I got home from work. I will enjoy more of it while watching a movie later, but I had to dig in just to taste and it is delicious 🙂

    I got a picture of what it turned out to be and I have to say it looks like yours, just like the meatloaf I made. I will send you the picture later to share along with the meatloaf picture. I really enjoy making your recipes, but I have to say so far I’ve done the best with with your meatloaf recipe 😉

  4. Becky says:

    YES it did, Jenny!! Thanks a ton! 🙂 Sorry to be so dumb 🙁

  5. Rhonda says:

    Wow! Jenny, by the looks of your recipe it will put Munch&Crunch to shame. I’m sure it taste as good as it looks. I like Munch&Crunch and Cracker Jack, but I try and stay away from it. I do have one or the other once in a blue moon, because I like the combo of goodies it gives me as a snack. I’m ecstatic with this one…

    This is so neat and it looks fun to make too. I will have to try this. Going now to make a list of what I need to get tomorrow so I can make it for Friday night movie night and I’ll be sure to watch myself and not eat too much at once. Number one thing on my list is a padlock…lol…

    Thanks for sharing this with us and I can tell you really had fun making this video, Jenny. Funny ending with you getting tickled. You’re hilarious…lol…

  6. Becky says:

    Ok, Jenny….am I missing something? At the beginning of your video, you say don’t use microwave popcorn, but then you say you make yours’ in the microwave?
    I’m a dumb gal—‘splain please?
    Do you mean pop it the microwave, just don’t use a microwave brand?
    Wanna make sure I do this right.

    • Jenny says:

      Sorry, I wasn’t clear. Don’t use the packages that are microwave-ready that you pop into the microwave because most contain unhealthy fats, a lot of salt, and other ingredients. Use only plain, unsalted popcorn made either with no oil or a little canola oil. Both no-oil and oil methods can be done in the paper bag or on the stove. I use the plain no-oil paper bag method in my microwave. I hope that clears it up.

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